Navigating INFO: Database Hygiene
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Database hygiene is the process of creating and maintaining an efficient relational database, as well as modifying existing databases that were poorly defined or implemented. Subtopics offered in this presentation include bits and bytes and item definitions, normalization, the ARC RELATE command, restructuring tricks such as projecting files, and minimal output overlays.
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